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High School Sports

  • Football: Prairie View wins conference title in last 40 seconds

    DENVER -- Quarterback Ben Meraz scored the winning touchdown with 38 seconds left to give Prairie View a come-from-behind, 42-38 win over Denver East Friday night at All-City Stadium.

  • Prairie View closes out its cross country season

    NORTHGLENN — Joseph Langer was first across the finish line for the Prairie View cross country team in the boys race of the class 5A, Region 4 regional cross country meet Oct. 17. He finished in a time of 17:29.8. Others in the top five for the T-Hawks were Xavier Hunt (53rd, 18:09.7), Garrett Trudell (60th, 18:32.2), Gary Kurtz (68th, 18:49.5) and Adam Elias (90th, 19:34.4).

  • BHS' postseason tennis awards released

    BRIGHTON -- Brighton's Ben Randall was the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference's tennis player of the year this season. He also was named a first-team, all-conference performer.

    Kaden Swarr (No. 3 singles), Dylan Gagon and Hiroto Hyashi (No. 1 doubles) and Ryan Smith and Keegan Estrella (No. 4  doubles) also earned first-team, all-conference honors. James Evangelista (No. 2 singles) was a second-team, all-conference choice.

    Brighton won the EMAC title this season.

  • Brighton athletic schedule Oct. 22

    Here is today's Brighton area prep sports schedule:

    No games scheduled.

  • BHS scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Brighton rolled past Adams City 25-2, 25-7, 25-3 win at Adams City Oct. 21. No stats were available for either team.

  • Prairie View scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Prairie View had 12 kills and two aces from Lexi Kite and 11 more kills from Lauren Gonzales in its 25-11, 15-25, 25-22, 25-23 win at Rangeview. Bianca Asheim and Serena Bruin had five blocks at the net.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Eagle Ridge stopped Aurora West 25-9, 25-17, 25-15 in Aurora Oct. 21. Sidney Benson had 14 kills, seven aces and five blocks. Hannah Williams chipped in with 10 kills, and Amber Cline had four blocks and seven digs.

    "We played well in our first set but struggled in the next two sets," ERA coach Stephanie Hose said. "We determined that we need to work more on serve/receive.  Hopefully we can learn from the mistakes we made in order to make our team even better."

  • BHS athletic schedules

    Football

    Rocky Mountain 7 p.m. Aug. 29

    @Mountain Vista 7 p.m. Sept. 5

    (at Shea Stadium)

    Northglenn 7 p.m. Sept. 12

    @Denver East 7 p.m. Sept. 19

    (at All City Stadium)

  • PVHS athletic schedules

     Football

    @Horizon 7 p.m. Aug. 29

    Mountain Range 7 p.m. Sept. 5

    Montbello 1 p.m. Sept. 13

    @Evie Dennis Sports Complex

  • Eagle Ridge Academy sports schedules

    Boys soccer

    (home games at Donelson Park)

    Community Christian 4 p.m. Sept. 2

    Union Colony 4 p.m. Sept. 4

    DSST 4 p.m. Sept. 9